Public record: Sheriff’s Office log, Feb. 10

Jan. 19

Malicious mischief – destruct/damage/vandalize property. First block South Bank Road, Elma. 8:01 p.m. Male and female renter were on the property verbal – now the female is outside with a baseball bat hitting a TV. Female is now back inside with the baseball bat and is yelling.

Traffic accident. S 3rd Street & Mox Chehalis Road, McCleary. 1:37 a.m. Large box truck ran stop sign and ran into barrier. Driver doesn’t appear injured. Check with tow and see if they have equipment to move a 26-foot Ford 650 from the mud. Not driveable. Off roadway.

Jan. 20

Weapons offense. First block Murray Place, Elma. 2:39 p.m. Heard seven high-powered rifle shots occurred two ago. Request check of the area.

Assault. First block Heslep Lane, McCleary. Requests aid. Was hit in the head with a bong by female who is staying with reporting party’s dad at the location. Has a large gash in her head. Occurred past 10 minutes. Female left in a dark blue Volkswagen Passat. Laceration is to the ear.

Suspicious person/circumstance. First block Porter Creek Road, Oakville. 1:43 p.m. Male subject across the road. Shoulder-length dark grayish hair, white beard, W/M, 50’s, 5’7 lives nearby. Has only checked single mailbox. Neighbors have an order against him.

Animal at large. 700 block Wilkie Lane, Montesano. 10:15 a.m. Neighbors’ pig is at his residence. Doesn’t want him there. Unsure which neighbor he belongs to. Advised that the pig cannot be caught. It has been coming and going for about two weeks. Last seen heading back towards his property through the woods.

Jan. 21

Disorderly conduct. Heise Road South & State Route 8. 6:19 a.m. Silver Toyota pulled over on Heise Road. Reporting party confronted the occupant and told him it wasn’t okay to urinate on the side of the roadway. Male was argumentative and requests an officer. Verbal altercation. Both parties now leaving.

Burglary. 400 block Elma Hicklin Road W, McCleary. 5:27 p.m. Garage broken into, tools taken. Entry gained through a back window. Occurred sometime within the last month.

Jan. 22

Disabled vehicle. Clear View Drive & Wynooche Valley Road, Montesano. 6:38 p.m. Black car stalled in the roadway, NB lanes – no lights on, reporting party almost struck the vehicle. Unknown if occupied. Tow is removing the vehicle.

Jan. 23

Theft, property, other. First block Lynch Road, McCleary. 10:34 a.m. On-going thefts from property. Possible prowler in the area.

Animal – Dangerous dog. First block Elk Valley Lane, McCleary. 9:13 a.m. Reporting party’s neighbors’ dog bit reporting party’s son. Declined aid. Black mixed breed, occurred last night. Son has some broken skin. Owner aware, dog is restrained.

Jan. 24

Traffic accident. Old Sand Creek Road & Sand Creek Road, McCleary. 4:49 p.m. Vehicle vs. pole accident. Unknown when occurred. Bumper left behind. Reporting party working on getting a crew together to repair. Power will be out for the next four hours at most. Power company working on it.

Jan. 25

Malicious mischief. 200 block Cloquallum Road, Elma. 2:53 p.m. Mailbox damaged on Saturday, postmaster suggested reporting party call and report, unknown if any mail was taken.

Civil dispute. Dirt bike theft, was selling bike to male subject, he never paid for the bike, turned around and sold it on Craig’s List. Has been attempting for several months.

Driving complaint. Elma Hicklin Road & Elma McCleary Road, McCleary. 11:37 a.m. White Toyota pickup passing another vehicle in a no passing zone near head on collision with the reporting party’s vehicle. Last seen eastbound on Elma McCleary Road at approx. 60 MPH.

Animal problem. 600 block Wilkie Lane, Montesano. 11:42 a.m. A large goat is trying to charge the reporting party. Reporting party is crying hysterically. Goats free range and followed the reporting party, attacked reporting party’s dog already, is injured. Unknown where he is now. Reporting party hollering at the neighbors to get a rope, however are not assisting her. Reporting party refused to go home as he doesn’t want to “bring them” with her. Goats have run off into wooded area, contained and walking them home. Reporting party not hurt, just scared. The goats will no longer be a problem.